The saying, "Papers, please." was a common statement made by Nazi Police who patrolled the streets of Nazi Germany. The routine stopping of pedestrians by policing authorities was considered "routine business" and part of daily life. If the papers weren't in satisfactory order, there's no telling what would have happened to the person once they were placed under arrest.
Apparently, the Republican Party likes the idea. Indeed, having people produce "proper identification" is part of the plan to disenfranchise more Americans when it comes to voting or receiving public support. The best way to get rid of the liberal poor is to deprive them as much as possible in every way possible in order to extend the eroding power of one political party in favor of another.
A Coming Police State?
Passing Voter ID laws, or laws that require the citizenry to have ID at all times, even if stopped by police, places a restriction of movement on a free, democratic society. The more restrictive and draconian the laws placed over the people, the less free a society can remain. Voter ID laws inch the United States ever closer to a "Police State" and restricts the movement and access of Americans to essential services and movement in general.
Voter ID laws, once passed, could be the "set up" that destabilizes democracy. In fact, the greater control and intrusion of government into the lives of its citizens may the only a "stepping stone" to a government that is bought and sold by the affluent and with the powers of "dark money" by the super rich and wealthy elite who may not have an interest in defending freedoms as much as advancing items on their own personal agenda.
Voter ID Cards may only be a milestone toward total control of the populace. Forgetting ID cards and cards being lost, stolen and/or used in the commission of an ID Theft crime is still a challenge. But, making personal RFID chip implants that carry the information of the implanted person (along with their ability to buy and sell) would make the perfectly PERMANENT type of ID that stays in the body would be ideal to a policing authority. There is no way a person could ever forget their ID - because it is a permanent implant.
Getting People Accustomed to the Ability to Provide ID ALL the Time
If a government can constantly promote and "desensitize" their citizens to the idea of having an ID, making it an essential "must have" for daily living, this would be the beginning of getting people to "accept" government's idea and it's "supposed and self-assumed" authority to impose ID requirements on the unsuspecting public. With ID power to track citizens, the government can accumulate and use that information for greater control - even to assume greater levels of power over its people.
Total Acceptance & Total Submission
Voter ID Cards could be the "pin hole" to RFID use. As Smart Cards grow in use, the government will see using a "smart chip" would give them the power to track the citizens. This would lead to a greater erosion of privacy and less freedom of movement in a "free" society.
Voter ID Cards required for any transaction (including cash transactions) would definitely infringe on any American's right to privacy - especially with regard to buying or selling. Any person who would knowingly attack the government or a government official may find that their ID Cards are worthless and they would not be able to "buy or sell" except those who had the card. Such governmental power would virtually strip the populace of their power to protest government actions and policies. This would leave citizens helpless against the power of the state.
Voter ID Cards: A Pathway to RFID and the Mark of the Beast
If Voter ID Cards are the pathway to accepting RFID, then America may be in for even more of their rights to freedom of movement, privacy, protest and economic powers being substantially stripped away - and possibly altogether obliterated.
Indeed, the old saying is that he who has the most money makes the rules is true. If Voter ID is a gateway to mandated RFID Identification standard, this could easily be used by the government as the ultimate "weapon" to strip away the power of the people. Indeed, to make things even easier, for the merchants who cannot afford chip reading equipment right away and to implement a "total control" system as fast as possible, it may be faster to use the RFID chip and a tattoo or mark of some type that is visible to the eye on the right hand (the one which we use to take oaths) and or the forehead (the place were all thinking occurs, our brain that makes us uniquely who we are as a sign of ownership by the state).
A One World Currency Controlled by ONE MAN
Worse off, if America should ever lose its world reserve currency status, our nation may find itself at the mercy of a one-world currency (not minted in America) but minted elsewhere by other foreign powers who mandate that, in order to use the world currency, the populace must be chipped in order to participate, buy and sell. Chances are, that currency would be managed by foreign powers and one man at it its core - the World Central Bank.
Revelation's Warning Concerning the Mark of the Beast
"It also forced all people, great and small, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hands or on their foreheads, so that they could not buy or sell unless they had the mark which is the name of the beast or the number of its name."
- Revelation 3: 16-18Saint John's warning also went further:
"And the smoke of their torment will rise forever and ever. There will be no rest day or night for those who worship the beast and its image, or for anyone who receives the mark of its name."
- Revelation 14: 10-12Conclusion
No doubt, tougher ID laws make it tougher for citizens to carry out their civil duty and to get desperately needed and essential services from their government. In fact, giving the government too much power in requiring citizens to carry ID all the time is a restriction of freedom and, most likely, will come at a cost or a hefty fee which would be an undue burden for many citizens who struggle everyday financially.
A Voter ID law may also be yet another "gateway" to even more aggressive ID policies pushed by government officials and agencies leading us ever closer to mandatory RFID implementation. If those chips were ever linked to buying and selling, the citizens will be powerless and at the mercy of their own government. Any protest or public disagreement with government officials over matters of conduct, action or policy will be met with economic sanctions against that person. As a nation, more laws, more mandates, more ID laws means a FAR LESS FREE society.
If Voter ID laws and ID laws in general is the strategy to gain even more power over the populace, it's working. There has been and will continue to be a dark conspiracy against our republic to undermine our basic freedoms and Constitutional rights.
Ron Paul on National Voter ID Card:
CBS News 2017: